Message: While laying in a dark field watching for meteors, on 11/16/19 about 1130 pm. We noticed stars that were brighter than normal and they were moving around hovering in circles. AT first i saw 3, but then the entire sky was full of them.
I counted over 50. They were too far up to tell what shape they were. They were in 4 different formations. 1 triangle formation, 2 straight line formations and then there were sporadic ones flying in small circles. We watched them hover for 2 hours and they were still there when we left.
I have video footage and it appears in the video that they had like a bright orangish lights.
Message: My wife and I were driving from Memphis to Nashville just after midnight on January 13, 1995. We saw 4 very light objects in the northeast sky – 3 small and one large. They just stayed in one place.
I pulled into a gas station to fill up the rental car and asked the store clerk if there was an AFB near that area. I told them what I saw and they just laughed. To this day, my wife and I swear these either had to be UFO’s or some sort of military experimental craft. They were NOT helicopters.
Date of Sighting: 10pm (central) mid November 1964
Location of Sighting: Memphis, Tennessee
Shape(s) of UFO(s): white full moon in appearance
Size(s) of UFO(s): ten acres (size of real full moon in appearance)
Color(s) of UFO(s): white
Number of UFO(s): one
Distance of UFO(s) in sky: estimate twenty thousand feet
Direction of Travel for UFO(s): overhead looking south / traveled up
Other Known Object(s) (For possible reference, or contrast):
Further Description of Sighting: It appeared overhead looking like a full moon, bright enough to create a moon shadow and as bright as a regular white full moon. I noticed the real moon a rising orange moon in the eastern sky. After a few minutes the UFO above me called the Moon of Memphis started a rapid ascent. The Moon of Memphis got smaller and smaller until it looked like a bright star, then dim star, then a point of light and disappeared in space. It reminded me of the Star of Bethleham at high altitude. There was no noise but it was an amazing UFO.